This is the first in a series of at least eight videos under the title, "Run Toward That Which Scares You."
I'm filming the series because of all of the wonderful comments and questions I have received for my lesson on the 2016 Hay House World Summit with the same title. The lesson at Hay House is running live right now. As I write this post, there are over 80 comments, which is blowing my mind. I have personally read and responded to each one of them and will continue to do so until the Summit closes on May 26, 2016. This experience with Hay House is extremely humbling.
Where are you in your life right now?
Is there anything holding you back from doing what you want?
Are you listening to your own negative self-talk or listening to what other people tell you that you "should" be doing?
Have you ever faced a challenge so scary or reached a point in your life where you wanted to quit to take off away from everything?
Me too and I did. Perhaps you've already read my book, "Path of Three Hundred: Volume 1" or have seen a similar post from me before, but this time, I am going into way more detail on video than I would in a blog post. Wouldn't you rather just sit back and listen instead of reading while something or someone invades your space?
Click the play button on the video above and listen to the story of why being present in the moment is so important while we navigate Life. The ultimate lesson in Video number 1 is a definition of "Mindfulness." At least the way I understand it and I by no means have all the answers.
People will tell you to push your sadness and anger down. That's the old way and it doesn't work because it keeps you stuck. You have to deal with it at some point, so it may as well be right now.
You think this doesn't apply to you because it is so far from what you have done? The message is the same. This is just my story. Think about what you are going through right now and apply the lessons...it is the same.
In the next video, I'll tell ya how I got to the point of taking off...what drove me...what I allowed to drive me...to that point in life. I know you'll be able to relate because we have all been there.
Until next time, remember...